How would you not be able to tell if someone is using glass? It's a big lens on their face. True you don't know if it's recording but a person could walk around with a helmet cam strapped to their head that may or may not be recording too. I don't see the difference.
Any chance they might be encouraging people to spend the in game money before they offer a refund so they have less to refund? Tell everyone to spend it or lose it and then the day of the shut off say "You know what we should give you your money back." But now only the few people who didn't spend it all will be left.
My freshman year my history and English classes both assigned an open topic research paper for the end of the semester. I chose the same topic for both and used the same paper as it met the requirements for each. I did ask the professor for the class which had a later due date if it was acceptable and he saw no problem with it. I think most professors would understand that as long as the student did the work it doesn't matter whom it was done for. Students have enough work as it is, if they can find a way to knock out two papers with one stone why not?
Something similar happened to my girlfriend and I. We were bringing her father's coin collection down to him in St. Maarten and they had to check it because it was a large hunk of metal which is fine but I had our passports in my bag and my girlfriend has dual citizenship, Dutch and American, and she uses her Dutch passport when travelling into St. Maarten because she gets through quicker and then American to get back. The agents almost detained us because they had never heard of dual citizenship. The agent checking the bag had to ask her superior if it was allowed and he replied "In her country". It's too much to expect airport employees to know laws relevant to travel.